Right to Transfer the Properties Through Will under Muslim Law

When a person dies, first of all his funeral expenses and the debts, if any, are satisfied out of the property left by him. The property, which remains after payment of funeral expenses and debts incurred by a deceased person, is called the bequeathable property if the deceased had made any will. Under other systems […]
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Section 489E of Indian Penal Code, 1860 – Explained!

The second sub-section states that if any person, whose name appears on a document the making of which is an offence under the first sub-section stated above, refuses without lawful excuse to disclose the name and address of the person who had printed or otherwise made it, to a police officer on being so required, […]
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Conditional and Contingent Wills under Muslim Law

The condition so attached need not be fulfilled and the legatee gets absolute unconditional interest in the property bequeathed to him. For example, a Muslim makes a will of his properties to a stranger. The will contains a condition that the legatee cannot sell the property. The will is valid and enforceable and the legatee […]
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Section 494 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 – Explained!

The section contemplates that the offender’s husband or wife, as the case may be, must be living and the offender must marry in any case in which such marriage is void because of the reason that it has taken place during the life of such husband or wife, as the case may be. There is […]
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Section 493 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 – Explained!

The section contemplates that the offender, a man, by deceit must cause any woman who is not lawfully married to him, and is thus not his lawful wife, to believe that she is lawfuly married to him, and thus he is her lawful husband, and to cohabit or have sexual intercourse with him in that […]
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Who can make a Will under Muslim Law in India?

It may be noted that a will operates only after the death of the legator; before his death, it is simply a mere declaration on the basis of which the legatee may get the property in future. There may be cases where a person was Muslim at the time when he made the will but, […]
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Section 489C of Indian Penal Code, 1860 – Explained!

The section contemplates that the offender must have in his possession any forged or counterfeit currency-note or bank-note. He must either have knowledge or he must have reason to believe that the same is forged or counterfeit. He must have intention to use the same as genuine or that it may be used as genuine. […]
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What is the Subject-matter of Will – Bequeath able Property

A will operates only after the death of the testator. That is to say, the transfer of property under a will takes place from the moment of testator’s death, not from the date on which the will was made. For example, A makes a will of his all properties in favour of B. At the […]
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Section 491 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 – Explained!

The section contemplates that the offender must be bound by a lawful contract to attend on or to supply the wants of any person. Such person must be helpless or incapable of providing for his own safety or of supplying his own wants. Such helplessness or incapability on his part must be by reason of […]
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Section 496 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 – Explained!

The section contemplates dishonest or fraudulent intention on the part of the offender. With such intention the offender must go through the ceremony of being married. While doing so the offender must have knowledge that he or she, as the case may be, is not thereby lawfully married. The penalty under this section is the […]
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